All member reviews for Tatsunoko vs. Capcom: Ultimate All-Stars

Common Sense Media says

Easy-to-learn brawler has mild cussing, no blood.

Users say

(out of 7 reviews)
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Adult Written byBrioCyrain May 6, 2012

It may not be brawl...

but it may be one of the closest games to it
What other families should know
Great messages
Great role models
Too much violence
Too much sex
Too much consumerism
Teen, 16 years old Written byJocaBrate94 May 17, 2010


a great fighter if you have a wii get it
What other families should know
Too much swearing
Great messages
Safety and privacy concerns
Teen, 13 years old Written byAbe1998 December 23, 2011

Awesome game!

Awesome game. Not a lot of cussing, the worst is the 'a' word. No blood at all. Awesome two player combos and ultimates, and action! And it has some cute girls. Anyway, I definitely recommend this game.
What other families should know
Too much violence
Kid, 10 years old May 3, 2010

the perfect fighter

all my other fighters i love are in the dust cause it has everything a fighter needs to survive on the wii
Kid, 12 years old April 10, 2010

OK for the older 10 year olds

Very fun game
What other families should know
Too much violence
Adult Written byEnder Wiggin January 31, 2010

Street Fighter meets Smash Bros. Brawl

Great 2D fighting game! Street Fighter meets Super Smash Bros. Brawl. It's a fighting game, but it's cartoon violence, nothing too gory.
What other families should know
Too much violence
Teen, 16 years old Written bySynchronicity January 26, 2010

Simply the best fighting game the Wii has to offer (besides SSBB)

"What the heck is a Tatsunoko?" you might be asking when your teens talk about this game. No, it's not some sort of Japanese dish. It's an anime company known for Gatchaman (known here as Battle of the Planets/G-Force), Yatterman, Tekkaman/Tekkaman Blade (the latter is known here as Teknoman), Karas (definitely known here), and Neo Human Casshern (who had a live-action movie that New Line Cinema released in the States). Back in 2008, Capcom franchise veterans and Tatsunoko characters duked it out in the Japanese game Tatsunoko vs. Capcom: Cross Generation of Heroes. But it was never intended to reach the US; however, fan reception made Capcom localize it. The differences between the 2 versions, Cross Generation of Heroes and Ultimate All Stars, are too subtle to notice. Only 1 character from Cross Generation was removed (a genie named Hakushon Daimao), and 3 Tatsunoko characters, plus two from Capcom, were added in his place. Many of the minigames were removed, too, and the character endings aren't animated. However, none of this gets in the way of the true reason people love this sort of game: the fighting. If you're an anime fan, you might recognize a few familiar faces, and if you're a Capcom fan, well, you'll recognize everyone on that side. The fighting is more simple to learn than, say, Street Fighter IV, but it's deep enough that a hardcore pro would want to get caught playing this awesome game with some awesome visuals on the Wii. Kudos to Capcom for a great localization. This game's only rated Teen because of the fighting, but like Street Fighter IV, etc, it's not graphic and bloody at all. More violent than Super Smash Bros., but less than Mortal Kombat. On the sex side of things, we do see a few skimpy outfits (Morrigan and Doronjo are the biggest offenders, but you only see some cleavage, nothing too bad). Sometimes, the characters say the Japanese word "kuso" (which roughly translates to "sh*t"), but in English text, the mildest profanity is used. Just "d*mn" and "h*ll". Overall, yeah, if you like Street Fighter or Marvel vs. Capcom and have a Wii, you owe it to yourself to get Tatsunoko vs. Capcom: Ultimate All Stars. However, be warned: you might want to buy the $80 TvC arcade stick to go with it. That's not necessarily a bad thing, but hey, just wanted to let you know. GET THIS GAME!
What other families should know
Too much violence